Detection of willow black canker on willow

 
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Publication Date
mar, 30 Jui 2015, 05:11
Last Updated
juin 30, 2015, 5:11 matin
Report Number
AUS-05/1
Pays
Australia
Pest Id
Physalospora miyabeana - (PHYOMI)
Report Status
Final
Hosts
Willow trees
Pest Status
  • Present: only in some areas
Geographical Distribution
Detection on willow trees in New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
Résumé

In March 2006, black willow canker was detected on willow trees in the ACT and NSW. It has been decided that willow black canker is not likely to be a disease of significant economic impact. Relevant industries raised no concern about the decision to take no further action on this disease.

Danger
The fungus willow black canker, an exotic disease to Australia, was detected on willow trees in NSW and the ACT. It is not likely to be a disease of significant economic impact. The black willow fungus is not aggressive on willow and is conisdered to be a minor fruit rot disease. It is likely to be controlled by fungicide spray regimes already in use. An eradication program is not feasible or required.
Contact for info
Fiona Macbeth Office of the Chief Plant Protection Officer Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry GPO Box 858 CANBERRA ACT 2601 Australia [email protected]
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